Wednesday, October 8. 2014
'Writing Off Scotland explores the research of Dr. David Patrick (@DrDavidPatrick) into press bias during the independence campaign. Carried out over Scotland's most politically important year in centuries, the study's findings are a shocking indictment of the role of the UK press in the independence debate. We all know newspapers take political positions but, uniquely for a western democracy, the entire press industry united against independence in an intense systematic propaganda campaign to save the union. In the film, Dr. Patrick discusses the framing of the referendum and how front pages, editorial and commentary are used to get key messages across, the lack of media coverage for the research, strange BBC experience and how the Independence debate has damaged public trust in our press.'
Thursday, September 11. 2014
Wednesday, August 27. 2014
Here's the latest VHS rip that I just uploaded to YouTube...
Sunday, August 24. 2014
VHS rip of a one hour Infinity Factory interview with Robert Sterling - editor of The Konformist.
VHS rip of a one hour Infinity Factory interview with David Pescovitz.
VHS rip of a one hour Infinity Factory interview with Allen H. Greenfield - author of Secret Cipher Of The UFOnauts and Secret Rituals Of The Men In Black.
VHS rip of a rare 1997 Infinity Factory interview with "wrecker of civilisation" Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (the interview is incomplete as I found this purely by accident at the end of one of the tapes Richard Metzger sent me).
Saturday, August 23. 2014
VHS rip of a two hour Infinity Factory interview with legendary author and guerrilla ontologist Robert Anton Wilson.
Sunday, August 17. 2014
I'm not sure how this film slipped through the cracks here at Media Underground. Mortimer's prime directive is about bringing you news and information totally unavailable in the mainstream press. We like to keep on top of things and make sure you get the latest inside dope on shit you can't find anywhere else. Maybe this got posted on Disinformation first and I ignored it. Maybe I thought it was you're average UFO debunking documentary. Maybe I just thought the title sucked. I don't know. But we're only a year late. This film came out in 2013. I'm not even sure if this got posted here before and I just forgot. But it needs to be posted again because I just started watching it for the third time today. This is a goddam rabbit hole of fun house mirrors inside a maze fucking a unicorn. I may lose my mind. Anyway, read the review, download and watch. I highly recommend it...
Monday, August 11. 2014
'In this fascinating interview, physicist Tom Campbell, formerly with and now a consultant for NASA, discusses the current problems facing the scientific community's search for a Grand Unified Theory of Everything. String theory, holography, zero-point field theory, and other vogue models have failed to produce any significant results other than speculation, conjecture, and contradiction-hampered popular films such as 'What the Bleep Do We Know?' While Campbell doesn't merely criticize these theories, he offers a fresh interpretation of the root of the problem: the Double Slit Experiment.
Monday, July 28. 2014
At last it's available to download...
Saturday, July 12. 2014
'Philip K. Dick is considered by many to be one the world's greatest science fiction writers ever; as a sufferer from mental illness himself he had the ability to turn his hallucinations about the universe into an extraordinary writing career.
Tuesday, June 24. 2014
The Battle Of Trafalgar is an account of the anti-Poll Tax demonstrations that took place on 31st March 1990. This documentary is radically different from what was presented by the mainstream media.
Monday, June 16. 2014
I was looking all over for this for a year and I finally found it. I just uploaded it to The Pirate Bay. You're welcome.
Thursday, June 12. 2014
Tuesday, June 10. 2014
'Originally broadcast on Sunday 7th December 2003 - this film documents the story of Scottish musician and producer Martyn Bennett. The story of Martyn's life as a prodigious young musician and radical saviour of Scottish contemporary folk, as well as his (then) recent struggle with cancer and the extraordinary story behind Grit, his album on Real World Records, is told against the back drop of the beautiful Isle of Mull where Martyn lived and worked at the time. Grit was to be Martyn's final project before cancer robbed him of his short life at the age of just 33.'
Monday, June 9. 2014
Saturday, June 7. 2014
'Director John Dullaghan's biographical documentary about infamous poet Charles Bukowski, Bukowski: Born Into This, is as much a touching portrait of the author as it is an exposé of his sordid lifestyle. Interspersed between ample vintage footage of Bukowski's poetry readings are interviews with the poet's fans including such legendary figures such as Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Joyce Fante (wife of John), Bono, and Harry Dean Stanton. Filmed in grainy black and white by Bukowski's friend, Taylor Hackford, due to lack of funding, the old films edited into this movie paint Bukowski's life of boozing and brawling romantically, securing Bukowski's legendary status. Born Into This relies on interviews with Bukowski for biographical information instead of cheesy voiceovers, bringing the viewer even closer to the author. For example, in one amazing sequence, Bukowski rides the viewer around in the backseat of his car, telling us through his rearview mirror of his stint as a post office worker which inspired the novel, Post Office. Scenes splicing interviews with Bukowski's ex-wife, Linda Lee, and R. Crumb's comic strip panels portraying Bukowski as a sex-crazed maniac, set the tone for bawdier parts of the film. Occasionally the film displays lines of Bukowski's poetry on the screen, as reminders that he was not only a raging alcoholic with a fierce sense of humor but also a talented and beloved writer. With so much hilariously shocking footage of "Hank," Bukowski: Born Into This presents Bukowski as a troubled but classic genius.'
Saturday, May 31. 2014
Okay, so I'm almost two decades too late, but I've recently been playing around with Propellerhead's ReBirth RB-338 - a wonderful little acid machine emulator... 'ReBirth emulates two Roland TB-303 synthesizers, a Roland TR-808, and a Roland TR-909 drum machine all at once. Each of the emulated devices has its own pattern selector, a feature the original devices are lacking. This allows fast switches between different musical sequences, and re-programming the TB-303 for playing different notes, for instance, is rendered unnecessary. This feature has been adopted in some of Reason's devices. ReBirth also features mixers, a pattern controlled filter (PCF) and some of the standard effects in software synthesizers like delay, compressor and distortion.
'ReBirth emulates two Roland TB-303 synthesizers, a Roland TR-808, and a Roland TR-909 drum machine all at once. Each of the emulated devices has its own pattern selector, a feature the original devices are lacking. This allows fast switches between different musical sequences, and re-programming the TB-303 for playing different notes, for instance, is rendered unnecessary. This feature has been adopted in some of Reason's devices. ReBirth also features mixers, a pattern controlled filter (PCF) and some of the standard effects in software synthesizers like delay, compressor and distortion.
Friday, May 30. 2014
This week the UK Treasury was caught with its pants round its ankles over its estimates of how much it'll cost to set up Scotland as an independent country. Meanwhile the mainstream media continues to do its best to try and sidestep the issue...
Thursday, May 29. 2014
Elon Musk recently unveiled SpaceX's impressive new Dragon V2 capsule...
Sunday, May 11. 2014
I've always been a sucker for a good doomy Black Sabbath-esque riff, especially when it's accompanied with powerful female vocals (the greatly underrated Sumo album by The Superjesus springs instantly to mind), but what makes Rooftop Revolutionaries unique is the air of political activism that is present at the forefront of all of the band's lyrics.
Wednesday, May 7. 2014
Now I know why I quit watching TV entirely...
Friday, May 2. 2014
Tuesday, April 29. 2014
Saturday, April 26. 2014
A fine documentary about how the 'Me, Me, Me Generation' are little more than a bunch of unintentional corporate shills being exploited through their use of social media...
Friday, April 25. 2014
'Biologist & writer Rupert Sheldrake explains how each species of animal has a collective memory, his definition of the Science Delusion, how living in India helped develop his theories, why he particularly enjoys 3-way conversations, and how he's never met anyone as lively and fun to be with as Terence McKenna.'
Thursday, April 17. 2014
Brian Limond is probably one of the most underrated comedians on the planet. Here's a playlist of just about everything he's done to date as far as his series Limmy's Show is concerned.
Sunday, April 6. 2014